Intuition Ale Works and the Sing Out Loud Festival support Jacksonville Area Legal Aid
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid has garnered support from many business sectors over the years, but in a true first, JALA will receive a portion of the proceeds of a craft-brewed IPA from Intuition Ale Works that will be sold in select stores, on draft in the company’s taproom, and at this September’s St. Johns County Sing Out Loud Festival.
“What’s not to love about this partnership?” asked JALA CEO Jim Kowalski. “We are so grateful, and so very thirsty, for this one-of-a-kind support. This is the coolest thing ever.”
The Jacksonville-based craft brewery established in 2010 by owner and brewer Ben Davis, Intuition Ale Works is recently released its Sing Out Loud Session IPA in their taproom.
And as a bonus, one of the Sing Out Loud Festival headliners, Parquet Courts, also chose JALA as the charity to which they will donate a portion of ticket sales. They will perform September 18 at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
Sing Out Loud Session IPA is a limited-edition release that will be available on draft at the festival and in the Intuition Ale Works taproom. Six-packs, featuring JALA on the label, will be available in select stores in Northeast Florida.
The Fifth Annual Sing Out Loud Festival begins September 10 and will take place each weekend through September 26 with free musical performances at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and other venues in St. Johns County. It features R&B, bluegrass, hip-hop, and indie rock, among a diverse array of musical styles.